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Topic # 23453 30-Jun-2008 08:57
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I installed Pocket CM keyboard which is really cool, so cool I posted a thread about it, but now I've lost my 12 & 20 key keypads when i try to txt. The options are still there, but the only other keyboard that comes up is the original qwerty board and 1/2 screen qwerty board.

 Has anybody come across this before?

[edit] I've done a hard reset (clear storage) and still the 12 & 20 key keypads are missing! Is using the send/end/stylus reset any different?

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  Reply # 141825 1-Jul-2008 11:33
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Update: Got the original keypads back after the hard reset. Reloaded Pocket CM Keyboard and same problem again.

Has anybody come across this before?

Is there a registry entry I can edit to reclaim the original 12 & 20 key keypads?

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  Reply # 143462 6-Jul-2008 20:19
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Hmm I am sure I have read somewhere touchflo and pocket cm don't go well together?


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  Reply # 143594 7-Jul-2008 09:46
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Slightly OT but I highly recommend TouchPal if you're still looking for a good keyboard for your Okta Touch -- installed this yesterday and it is ridiculously good - even better than the iPhone keyboard IMO

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  Reply # 144569 8-Jul-2008 13:08
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Cheers for that.Gave the touchpal a go, it is a good keyboard. Still doing the same thing with original keypads unfortunately. dagnamit!

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